Verbatim 52x Speed Blank CD-R (25 Pack) - £1.50 @ Asda (Instore)
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Verbatim 52x Speed Blank CD-R (25 Pack) - £1.50 @ Asda (Instore)

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Found 12th Sep 2011
I must admit, I'm not up to speed with prices of blanks CD's - haven't bought them for years since I got my ipod but had to pick up a pack today. They were £1.50 for a pack of 25 in Asda - Thought it was a cracking deal to be honest, but I could be completely wrong! If you can get them for less than 6p per CD then let me know as I'll stock up!

Just checked a few other sites and Curry's are selling the exact same pack for £8.99 ( currys.co.uk/gbu…tml?srcid=867&cmpid=comp~Google~Computing%20accessories~00777350&istCompanyId=bec25c7e-cbcd-460d-81d5-a25372d2e3d7&istItemId=mraxiqq&istBid=t ) and Play for £5.49 ( play.com/PC/…tml?_%24ja=tsid:11518|cat:11416918|prd:11416918_
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That is a hot deal for those of us that still like our FLAC to CD conversions.
Was this store specific?
wildbilly1

Was this store specific?



No idea Wildbilly1 - I just saw it in the Longsight store in Manchester. It was actually marked up at £3, but scanned at £1.50.
I saw them in Hartlepool ASDA ths afternoon, and they had been £3.00 but were marked down to £1.50. There was approx 10 to 12 cakes of em on the shelf.
Can also confirm this was in my local asda for £1.50. They have also put down the DVD-R & +R 25 packs in my store to £2.50
I have to find this deal!
bargain....... cheers better get down to Asda
definitely be popping down to check this out in the morning!
Will try and get down there in the next couple of days. That is a brilliant price for a top name brand!
I wouldn't take this deal as Verbatim tbh... LOL
Picked up x2 packets. Very nice
cicobuff

That is a hot deal for those of us that still like our FLAC to CD … That is a hot deal for those of us that still like our FLAC to CD conversions.



It's still more fun to have a device that just plays FLAC/Lossless files in the first place.
MBeeching

It's still more fun to have a device that just plays FLAC/Lossless files … It's still more fun to have a device that just plays FLAC/Lossless files in the first place.



I love my squeezeboxes and dedicated server.
JOHNNY WILKINSON

I saw them in Hartlepool ASDA ths afternoon, and they had been £3.00 but … I saw them in Hartlepool ASDA ths afternoon, and they had been £3.00 but were marked down to £1.50. There was approx 10 to 12 cakes of em on the shelf.


CAKE!
Can confirm the price @ Longsight Manchester

£3 on the shelf scans @ £1.50 for the CDR
£2.50 on the shelf for the DVD-R (Orange case)

Plenty left this morning
Edited by: "goretex" 13th Sep 2011
Need to visit ASDA, haven't been there for a while now.
got 4 from chelmsley wood
thanks
u might as well buy floppy disc

cd and dvd died long time ago, we have usb sticks... aka the magic stick

*no pun intened
rza89

u might as well buy floppy disccd and dvd died long time ago, we have usb … u might as well buy floppy disccd and dvd died long time ago, we have usb sticks... aka the magic stick*no pun intened



So how do you listen to CD's in the car if your stereo doesn't have a USB port? There's also the issue of many universities only accepting coursework in on CD.

My main reason for using them - CD's can't burn out unlike USB pens - the number of USB pens that I've lost all my work on because it's burnt out is crazy.
Thanks op......No price on the shelf at asda cribbs causeway so i had them scanned and sure enough they were £1.50. They had about 6 left when i was in there about 12pm.
Ryanposs

So how do you listen to CD's in the car if your stereo doesn't have a USB … So how do you listen to CD's in the car if your stereo doesn't have a USB port? There's also the issue of many universities only accepting coursework in on CD. My main reason for using them - CD's can't burn out unlike USB pens - the number of USB pens that I've lost all my work on because it's burnt out is crazy.


you do realise that CDs have a pretty short shelf life dont you?
3 quid in Clayton le Woods, Still bought a couple of packs tho
Mascherano

you do realise that CDs have a pretty short shelf life dont you?



CDR's/DVDr's/RW's etc do have a short life, agree with you there totally.
I want to be there, to howl with laughter, when Ryanposs tries to access his data on a 7 year old CD. CD's outlast USB pens? lolololol
I've got CD's that are 10 years old and still going.
Stored in folders. MP3/Data usually. .... Verbatim
I have been transfering old stuff to external USB HDD's from these disks without issue.


I use CD-R's still, in my CDJ's

ASDA.......
Queslet - £1.50 .... I got 2 packs.
Small Heath - Scanning at £3 - I got a few packs as still a bargin
Minworth - few left scanning at £3
Chelmsley Wood - Sold Out
reakt

CAKE!

Yes Cake! that's what the tubs of dscs are sometimes called!
None in my asda!
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